Graham Contractors has been contracted by the City of Mountain View to apply Slurry Seal on various streets in the City. Slurry Seal will give the pavement surface a protective coating to extend its service life. The contractor is scheduled to perform this operation from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. See attached schedule.
“NO PARKING” signs will be placed on the street 24 to 48 hours in advance of the slurry seal application. If the contractor is unable to meet this schedule, the date indicated on the “NO PARKING” signs will be changed to reflect the new schedule.
NOTE: It is imperative that you obey the contractor’s “NO PARKING” signs. Roads will be closed to traffic and traffic flow will be impeded during construction hours that day. The slurry will be wet when applied and will take approximately three to five hours for initial curing, after which pedestrian and vehicle traffic will be allowed. We recommend that you park your car on streets outside of the limit of work prior to the beginning of our scheduled work.
The slurry seal consists of crushed gravel mixed in an asphaltic emulsion. When the slurry seal has dried, approximately 10 percent of the gravel loosens from the street surface. The contractor will sweep up the loose gravel once a week for three consecutive weeks after the slurry seal is placed. The contractor will place “No Parking” signs 24 hours before sweeping to remind you not to park on the street that day.
If an extraordinary circumstance develops during construction which you feel should be brought to the City’s attention, please contact Rajni Sukhwani at 650-903-6311.
The City of Mountain View will be doing quarterly clean sweeps of Crisanto Avenue. These sweeps are in addition to the monthly cleanings to remove debris, help to prevent street erosion, and identify necessary street maintenance.
Sweeps of Crisanto have been scheduled for the following Tuesdays: May 1, August 7 and November 6. On these dates, no parking will be allowed on Crisanto Avenue from 7:00 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. to allow City crews to do their cleaning and maintenance. Vehicles will be towed if left on the street during the sweep.
Please remember that you have access to supportive services during these cold weather months. Get more information at CSACares.org or call (650) 968-0836 or, for a list of programs and services available to you, visit www.MountainView.gov/homeless.
The reconstruction of the street's pavement, curb and gutter, sidewalks and driveway approaches on Hackett and Wagner Avenue between Farley and Burgoyne Streets is scheduled to start on March 19 thru June 15. The work will be performed between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
During construction, no through traffic will be allowed and on-street parking will not be allowed. “NO PARKING” signs will be placed on the street 24 to 48 hours in advance. If the contractor is unable to meet this schedule, the date indicated on the “NO PARKING” signs will be changed to reflect the new schedule.
Garbage collection will be arranged for early pick up. Residents will have access to their driveways every evening and morning, at a minimum, and one sidewalk on each street will remain open at all times.
For more information, contact Neli Avramova with City of Mountain View at (650) 903-6311 or the contractor’s representative at (650) 595-2591.
The Permanente Creek Trail between Rock and Middlefield will be closed through April due to construction. Link to attached map. For additional information, contact Mikael Estrada with Greystone at (707) 732-1828.
The remodel of the Mountain View Community Center is now underway. BHM is under contract with the City to perform the building renovation and site improvement work. The Community Center Remodel and site improvements phase is scheduled to be completed in early 2019.
The project’s working hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.
During construction, access to the Community Center site will be limited to construction personnel. Traffic on Rengstorff Avenue, Stanford Avenue, and pedestrian access may be interrupted intermittently during construction. Bicycle traffic may intermittently need to share the road. Please observe and follow the posted “No Parking” and construction area signs.
The construction of a new traffic signal and off-site utilities at the intersection of Rengstorff and Stanford Avenues is under contract with O’Grady Paving Inc., and is scheduled to be completed in early 2018. Link to attached map.
If you have any questions, please call one of the listed contacts below:
BHM: Grant Whestone, Project Manager at (707) 643-4580
O’Grady Paving: Craig Young, Project Manager (650) 966-1926
Ayano Hattori, Construction Manager (408) 769-6943 or
Rodrigo Macaraeg, City of Mountain View (650) 903-6311
The Community Center Front Desk and Services has been relocated to the Senior Center at 266 Escuela Avenue. They can be reached at (650) 903-6331.